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Calcium Hypochlorite 30%

Other Trading Names:

  • Hypochlor
  • HTH
  • Shock It
  • Hy-Clor
  • Poolife
  • Pulsar
  • Calcibrite

CAS Number: 7778-54-3

HS Code: 2828.10.00

Types of Packaging:

  • 25 kg Bags
  • 45/100/200 Drums
  • 5 kg pails
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Availability: In stock
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Calcium Hypochlorite 30%

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Property

Specification

Appearance

White or light-gray granular

Available Chlorine

30% min

Moisture

5.5-10%

Insolubility

3.0% max

Density (g/ml)

1.0-1.1

CaCO3

3% max

Ca(OH)2

2% max

CaCl2

2% max

NaCl

12-16%

MgCl2

0.01% max

Fe2O3

0.001% max

Al2O3

0.0001% max

Granularity (14 mesh~50 mesh)

90% min

  • Chemical Formula: Calcium Hypochlorite is represented by the chemical formula Ca(ClO)₂.
  • Composition: It is composed of calcium, chlorine, and oxygen atoms. The calcium ion (Ca²⁺) is bonded to two hypochlorite ions (ClO⁻), resulting in a stable compound.
  • Appearance: Calcium Hypochlorite 70% (Sodium Process) typically appears as white or light-gray granules or powder.
  • Available Chlorine Content: This specific type of Calcium Hypochlorite contains a minimum of 70% available chlorine. Available chlorine refers to the amount of chlorine in the compound that can be released for disinfection and oxidation purposes.
  • Moisture Content: It contains between 5.5% to 10% moisture. Moisture content is an important parameter, as excessive moisture can affect the stability and effectiveness of the chemical.
  • Insolubility: The maximum allowable insolubility in Calcium Hypochlorite 70% is 3.0%. Insolubility refers to the portion of the compound that does not dissolve in water.
  • Density: The density of Calcium Hypochlorite 70% typically ranges from 1.0 to 1.1 grams per milliliter (g/ml). Density is a measure of the mass of the compound per unit volume.
  • Impurities: The compound may contain impurities such as calcium carbonate (CaCO₃) up to 3%, calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)₂) up to 2%, and calcium chloride (CaCl₂) up to 2%. These impurities can influence the chemical's overall properties and behavior.
  • Sodium Process: The name "Sodium Process" indicates the method of production, where sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is used in the manufacturing process. This process can affect the chemical's composition and properties.
  • Sodium Chloride (NaCl): Sodium Hypochlorite 70% contains 12-16% sodium chloride (NaCl). This is a common impurity in sodium process calcium hypochlorite.
  • Magnesium Chloride (MgCl₂): The maximum allowable magnesium chloride impurity is 0.01%. MgCl₂ is a common impurity in calcium hypochlorite, and its concentration must be carefully controlled to ensure product quality.
  • Trace Metals: The chemical may contain trace amounts of iron oxide (Fe₂O₃) up to 0.001% and aluminum oxide (Al₂O₃) up to 0.0001%. These trace metals are typically present in very low concentrations.
  • Granularity: The product typically has a granularity within the range of 14 mesh to 50 mesh, with a minimum of 90% of the granules falling within this size range. Granularity is an important factor for ease of handling and dissolution in water.
  • Packaging: Calcium Hypochlorite 70% is commonly packaged in 45-50 kg plastic drums lined with PVC bags. Proper packaging ensures the product's integrity during storage and transportation.
  • Application: Calcium Hypochlorite 70% is primarily used as a powerful disinfectant and oxidizing agent. It is widely utilized in water treatment, swimming pool maintenance, sanitation in various industries, and emergency disinfection.
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